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Fucked And Bound

Earlier this year, the ferocious and bloody-minded Seattle hardcore band Fucked And Bound announced a name change. It’s hard to imagine a band name as nasty and memorable as Fucked And Bound, but the band found one that’s at least in the same zone: They would now be known as Filth Is Eternal. Along with the name change, the newly rechristened Filth Is Eternal released a slow, dank noise-rock burner called “ZED.” It sounded like a band changing both its identity and its sound. But that’s not what Filth Is Eternal did. Instead, they turned right around and announced a new album of intense, damaged hardcore. Today, that album arrives.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

The Seattle hardcore band Filth Is Eternal used to be known as Fucked And Bound. Fucked And Bound was their band name when they released their 2018 debut album Suffrage, and Fucked And Bound was their name up until last month, when they unveiled their new moniker. (Per a press release, Filth Is Eternal changed their name “to more accurately celebrate their divine vulgarity.” When Filth Is Eternal formally changed their name, they marked the occasion by dropping the supremely grimy one-off single “ZED.” Today, the band has announced its next album and dropped another ripper.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

In 2018, the Seattle band Fucked And Bound released Suffrage, a ferocious album of fast, unhinged metallic hardcore. In the time since then, the members of the band may have gotten sick of all the double takes they got whenever anyone asked them what their band is called. The group has now changed its name to Filth Eternal — still a hard name, but a slightly less forbidding one. Judging by the first song they’ve released under that name, they’ve changed their sound, too.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Jordan Olds’ video series Two Minutes To Late Night strikes again. Every week since the pandemic first hit, Olds has been getting all-star teams of punk and metal musicians together to cover classic songs in a bunch of different genres. In recent weeks, the series has saluted the Misfits, the Replacements, and Type O Negative.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

These past few months, the weekly Two Minutes To Late Night videos have been something to look forward to. Two Minutes To Late Night, brainchild of the comedian Jordan Olds, was a metal-themed talk show parody that aired out of the Brooklyn venue Saint Vitus. These days, it’s something else. Every week, musicians from the…

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)